The latest tax news and analysis from KPMG's Global Tax practice
The Australian government released exposure drafts detailing the new multinational tax integrity measures introduced in its 2015 budget.
Barbados recently proposed several changes to its taxation system in its 2015 budget delivered on June 15, 2015.
India recently released an action plan that focuses on verifying remittances that a taxpayer makes where no withholding tax has been deducted.
Portugal has introduced a new tax regime for entities licensed to operate within the Madeira Free Trade Zone that preserves the 5% corporate income tax rate until 2027.
In its 2015 budget, the United Kingdom announced further corporate tax rate reductions to 18% in 2020 and said that it would abolish corporate tax relief for acquired goodwill and other customer-related intangible assets.
Finance has announced that Canada's tax treaty with New Zealand came into force on June 26, 2015.
Finance has announced that Canada recently signed a new Tax Information Exchange Agreement (TIEA) with Cook Islands on June 15, 2015.
The European Commission (EC) recently released its corporate tax reform Action Plan.
The extended filing deadline for the IRS Form 8966, "FATCA Report", is June 30, 2015 for withholdable payments made from January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2014.
Companies and entities carrying out the commercial development of oil, gas or minerals in Canada or elsewhere must now report tax and payment details.
The OECD released details for implementing a new country-by-country reporting plan developed under its BEPS project.
The EU and Switzerland recently signed a new agreement that is intended to address tax evasion.
The FBAR reporting deadline is June 30, 2015 for the 2014 calendar year and penalties for non-compliance are considerable.
The CRA signed the Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement that activates the automatic exchange of financial and tax information.
The OECD recently announced that it has begun developing a multilateral instrument to allow countries to quickly amend their tax treaties so they can implement the BEPS Action Plans.
The OECD recently released a revised discussion draft on the proposals for preventing the artificial avoidance of permanent establishment.
The OECD recently released a revised discussion draft on the proposals for addressing the follow-up work on preventing treaty abuse.
In its 2015 budget Australia introduced measures to counter base erosion and profit shifting.
The 2015 federal budget proposes an exception to the withholding requirements under Reg. 102 for certain payments made after 2015 by non-residents.
The OECD recently released a discussion draft on BEPS Action 8, concerning Transfer Pricing Guidelines on Cost Contribution Arrangements.
The OECD recently released a discussion draft to establish methodologies to collect and analyze data on BEPS.
KPMG recently released its initial impressions of the OECD's discussion draft on BEPS Action 12, "Mandatory Disclosure Rules".
The U.K. recently released updated guidance on its new 25% diverted profits tax.
In its 2015 Finance Bill, the U.K. enacted a new 25% diverted profits tax
The OECD recently released a discussion draft under BEPS Action 12 "Mandatory Disclosure Rules
Related-party loans are financial instruments that are easy to create, but often they can lead to a minefield of potential transfer pricing problems.
The OECD's Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes recently released nine new peer review reports.
The U.K. government presented its 2015 budget on March 18, 2015.
The European Commission released draft legislation requiring EU countries to share their cross-border tax rulings information on a quarterly basis.
The European Parliament recently launched a special parliamentary committee to examine the tax rulings in European member states.
India introduced measures to promote the country as an attractive business destination in its 2015 budget.
The OECD recently released implementation guidance on filing a country-by-country report under the BEPS Action Plan 13.
The CBSA may seize commercial goods in the foreign exporter's name where it finds evidence that an exporter significantly undervalued shipments made via the CBSA's Courier Low Value Shipment program.
Colombia implemented a new wealth tax that affects taxpayers with a net equity equal to or greater than approximately US$430,000.
Luxembourg has created a new Ruling Commission to consider written ruling requests and confirm the tax treatment of a proposed taxpayer transaction.
The United Kingdom recently released details of its proposed diverted profits tax in its 2015 Finance Bill.
The OECD presented "Update on BEPS Project - 2015 Deliverables and Beyond", on December 15, 2014.
The EU Council reached an agreement to include an anti-abuse clause in the EU Parent-Subsidiary Directive on December 9, 2014.
Finance has announced that Canada's tax treaty with the U.K. came into force on December 18, 2014.